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. quarterbacks in this game from r from delaware and nevada. >> rose: (laughs) >> the football hotbeds of the n.c.a.a. but i like flacco a lot just from the standpoint that i love when guys don't care what geniuses like me say and what the announcers say and everything like that. they don't care, they don't listen, they don't pay attention. they're just out there playing. >> rose: the pass that got them to the playoff -- i mean got them to the extra period, was that a hail mary or not? >> no, it was not a hail mary, it was a design play and, you know, what was great about the pass itself is that all flacco wanted to do was to see his guy one step behind any of the cornerbacks. because they had four -- it was called four vertical which is means you got four guys just running deep. so as soon as he saw any one of his guys -- >> rose: he's going to throw to that guy. >> he's going to throw to that guy. and when he threw this ball, the great thing about the throw is that vaughan miller of the denver broncos was lunging at him. so instead of throwing it normally, he had to throw it like a rainbow. a
, finally, to deal with the long-festering national challenge. the president launched his effort in nevada where more than a quarter of the state's residents are hispanic. >> i'm here today because the time has come for common sense, comprehends i have been immigration reform. ( cheers and applause ) the time is now. >> woodruff: the campaign-style event at a las vegas high school came a day after a bipartisan group of eight u.s. senators put forward their own plan. it calls for creating a path to legal citizenship for the 11 million undocumented people now estimated to be living in the u.s implementing that policy would be contingent on securing the southern border. seven years ago then senator obama the joined a similar effort >> if the compromise that's been discussed and has the agreement of those who were in this room, if that ends up being the bill that is signed into law, it's a win-win for everybody >> woodruff: today president obama praised the new senate effort. he said the path to citizenship must be clear from the start and not just be tied to border security. >> we have to lay
reid in nevada, who is an nra supporter, who's had the nra's support. this is going to be a very tough challenge for him to take on. and he's already sort of making noise that at this point, wait a minute, we're going to have to look at all these proposals. some of them like the checks, background check, really have much more sort of universal support. other things like the assault weapons ban, much tougher to get through. >> i mean, this is harry reid's biggest nightmare having the senate go first on assault weapons ban. this is not something he wants to bring up. i don't think he's, you know, my guess is there are a number of moderate democrats who come from states that are pro-gun states and they, i mean, we know that the last time that washington passed an assault weapons ban, that hurt democrats on the ballot the next time. and this is not a battle everyone in the democratic leadership wants. >> let's bring us now to the local level. i want to bring scott back into this, because i know that you've also talked to our local mayors, oakland mayor gene quan and san francisco mayor ed
are there to protect the interests of their company. >> reporter: oregon, nevada, north carolina, and south carolina are also popular places to move. on the other hand, states like new jersey, illinois, west virginia, new york, and new mexico had an exodus of workers. many of those departures are rooted in lack of jobs, high taxes, and expensive housing. economists are pleased to see a pick-up in moving, because it reflects greater job opportunities, and improvement in the housing market. >> labor mobility, job growth and housing activity will all feed on each other. and so, we are beginning to see the start of that cycle now. as we progress throughout this year and into next, we will see that cycle begin to accelerate. and if you happen to be one of the millions of people planning to move this year, christopher english has a tip. >> it really, really helps to go around a reorganize your life around your stuff before the packers come. you find it's a great opportunity to get rid of a lot of stuff. >> reporter: a positive start to a new chapter in your life, and a positive sign for the economy. erika
to go for sharon ang gel when harry reid was dead man walking politically in nevada, to make one bad choice after another is guaranteed that still a senate majority leader. the republican party is either going to grow up and be responsible and follow william f. buckley's advice that you will elect the most electable conservative or they're going to go the way of the whigs. >> rose: you said a republican will continue the dreadful collapse unless they adopt william f. buckley's view that conservatism is expressed in pure idealism takes into account reality. michael, let me go back to the people on the cover of "time" magazine. clearly what happened in newtown is the driving force and it is a country thinking about the future of its children but it does have allies with resources, the power of gabrielle giffords story and the power of michael bloomberg's meg phone both in terms of money as well as connections >> that's right, when i talked with david keene, president of the n.r.a., one of the things he pointed to you is his concern that we're reentering the fight that we haven't seen t
about the job ahead. it had been a 12-hour trip from reno, nevada, to stand in the january cold. matt irwin and john were glad they did it. any particular part of the speech stick out for you? >> i think kind of just his message of inclusiveness. i think it was just fantastic. >> i would agree. not excluding anybody based on, you know, race, orientation. all the above i would say. it was great to be a part of actually history. not just watching it on tv. but being there in person. a lot stronger emotions behind it, i guess >> suarez: even though it's a lot easier and you could have had a nice, warm drink and you wouldn't have had to travel 12 hours, just standing on the mall with all these people, that made it... made the experience for you? >> definitely. you can't compare it to sitting at home on the couch. i mean, you might be more comfortable but at the same time you're not there to experience it. it's all about the experience >> suarez: getting a huge crowd here is only half the job. minutes after the president and vice president left the west front of the capitol, half a million
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